Friday Live Arts Magazine
Due to NPR's coverage of the presidential inauguration, there'll be no program this week. We'll return with an all new program next week, January 27th.
On the January 13th program, host Genevieve Randall and guests had lively conversations about:
- William McMullen's oboe recital at UNL
- two art exhibits in Lincoln, one by jave gakumei yoshimoto at the Lux Center for the Arts, and another by Roya Amigh at Irontail Gallery
- an audition workshop put on by the Lincoln Theatre Alliance
- a new exhibit at the SAC Museum in Ashland
- the next Lincoln Friends of Chamber Music concert
- "Around the World in 8 Plays" in Grand Island
- The Capitol Jazz Society's venue change in Lincoln
- the Omaha Symphony Pops Concert
- the Nebraska Chamber Players' concerts
- and, new exhibits at the Sheldon Museum of Art in Lincoln.
If you missed this program, you may listen to it here.
Friday LIVE Extra
Please check out our online only feature for the week, our Friday LIVE Extra!
This week, Genevieve Randall speaks with actors Alexander MacAlpine, a senior from Ord, and Alexander Wolfe, a senior from Lincoln, about Nebraska Wesleyan's production of "Lion in Winter." Listen to it here.
Two weeks ago, Kwakiutl Dreher reflected on death and ceremony in her review of Pablo Larrain's "Jackie," a film starring Natalie Portman and Peter Sarsgaard, now showing at the Ross Media Arts Center in Lincoln. Click here to listen.
Three weeks ago, Genevieve Randall talked with organist Dick Morris about the January 6th performance at St. Paul in Lincoln with fellow organists Christopher Marks and Tom Trenney (all pictured from left to right). Click here to listen to it.
Look here in our archives for past Extras that you may have missed.
Friday Live is a weekly arts and humanities program hosted by NET Radio’s Genevieve Randall (pictured above). The program usually broadcasts from The Mill coffee house in Lincoln's Historic Haymarket district on Fridays at 9:05 a.m. Central on all stations of the NET Radio network. However, we occasionally do programs from different locations.
If you can't catch the show in person, on the radio, or on the web (audio or a video webcast) it is available later the same day on demand, or you can subscribe to the podcast for Friday Live and the Friday Live Extra. If you would like to place your arts events on NET’s events calendar, click here.